The quality of the oxygen supply system in the medical center is directly related to the health and even the life of the patient. Therefore, the requirements for mainstream medical gas supply should be safe and reliable, easy to use and manage, and low in operating cost; and the three should be available at the same time.
1. Safe and reliable
The early medical oxygen was mostly bottled oxygen or bagged oxygen, which involved handling and storage, and there may be a risk of oxygen leakage; while the medical center oxygen supply system mostly chose PSA oxygen generator as the oxygen production source, and oxygen was produced and taken at any time. In the process of handling and storage, there is no need to worry about oxygen leakage and waste , with the uninterrupted supply of high quality and sufficient oxygen,. At the same time, the product oxygen will be repeatedly filtered and delivered to the patient through medical-grade pipelines; it can be said that once the PSA oxygen generator is set up and properly connected, it can ensure the safe and continuous use of oxygen.
2. Easy to use and manage
Because the medical PSA oxygen generator is equipped with a remote-control system, it is convenient for managers to view and monitor the operation of the equipment in real time online 24 hours a day. And can be started and stopped by remote control equipment. Medical gas terminals should also be equipped with medical equipment belts, gas terminals and facilitate users to plug and play by walkie-talkies.
3. Low operating cost
The operating cost of PSA oxygen generator includes oxygen production cost, equipment maintenance cost and equipment management personnel cost. But in fact, except for the initial investment of the PSA oxygen generator, the subsequent operating costs are relatively low. For example, the main cost of oxygen production is electricity; the remote monitoring system can save manpower on duty and save manpower Cost; the equipment does not need much maintenance during operation, and the molecular sieve can be replaced once every 5-8 years. Generally speaking, the hospital's investment in the medical oxygen production system can get a return on investment in about 2 years.